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Nezu Nihonshu Tada Description

Nezu Nihonshu Tada is a hidden gem located in the Nezu neighborhood of Tokyo, Japan. This charming restaurant specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine and is known for its extensive selection of sake.

The interior of Nezu Nihonshu Tada is warm and inviting, with traditional Japanese decor and a cozy atmosphere. The restaurant offers both counter seating and private dining rooms, making it a perfect choice for both intimate dinners and larger gatherings.

One of the highlights of Nezu Nihonshu Tada is its impressive menu, which features a wide variety of dishes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients. From sashimi and sushi to grilled meats and tempura, there is something to satisfy every palate. The restaurant also offers a range of sake options, carefully selected to complement the flavors of the food.

What sets Nezu Nihonshu Tada apart from other dining establishments is its dedication to showcasing the rich flavors and traditions of Japanese cuisine. The skilled chefs at Nezu Nihonshu Tada take great pride in their craft, and each dish is prepared with meticulous attention to detail. Whether you're a seasoned foodie or simply looking to experience authentic Japanese cuisine, Nezu Nihonshu Tada is a must-visit destination.

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Nezu Nihonshu Tada Overview


Kimura Building 2-chōme-15-12 Nezu, Bunkyo City, Tokyo 113-0031


+81 (0) 3-5809-0134


3 minute walk from Nekozane Station on the Chiyoda Line.

Operating Hours

Mon: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Tue: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Wed: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Thur: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Fri: 16:00PM-9:00PM
Sat: 3:30PM-8:00PM
Sun: Closed

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted


Nezu Nihonshu Tada Reviews

Nezu Nihonshu Tada Google Average Rating



This is a Japanese restaurant run by a young couple.

Since I wasn't seated at the counter, I only had contact with the host on the way home, so I mainly interacted with the proprietress, but she was very polite and courteous, which left me with a good impression.

Cooking is only available in omakase courses.
The work was very thorough, and the risotto-like dish made with black-throated seaweed and its soup stock was very good.

The quality of the food is high, so I think everyone will be able to leave the restaurant satisfied.

However, I don't know if they were regulars or knew each other from other shops, but both the older men and women I encountered were so noisy and unpleasant that they couldn't accept my order. At times like this, I would like the store to be considerate.

So, it's actually 5 stars, but it's 4 stars.


I can feel that each item has been carefully prepared.
There were many menu items that did not disappoint.

From a single dish of burdock surinagashi to Japanese cuisine
A dish that takes a lot of effort and doesn't stop there.
I felt that in all the products.

First of all, if you let us know what kind of food you will be serving, we will also offer you a variety of wonderful sake.
I was wondering if I could play with it at room temperature, cold sake, or warmed.
It's difficult because I have my own preferences.
I can't help but look forward to more luxurious time.
It was a nice shop


I've been wanting to go there for a while, and I was finally able to visit. First, we toasted with craft beer and quenched our thirst, and then there was the seri dipping sauce. Gentle taste. Next, we enjoyed dishes with delicate and gentle flavors such as ground shrimp, cloud roe, horse mackerel sashimi, and yellowtail radish, paired with recommended Japanese sake. The Japanese mackerel rice at the end is exquisite, and you can eat it as is at the beginning, then add some dashi stock halfway through and eat it like ochazuke. It was so delicious that I ended up eating it all before adding the dashi soup, so I had to ask for more rice to put the dashi soup on it (lol)
The customer service from the store was also very pleasant.
It was delicious. Thank you for the meal.

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